A Star-Studded Portrait of a Nation Gala
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and its Director Kim Sajet welcomed more than 750 stars and luminaries from across the country to the nation’s capital for the 2022 Portrait of […]
‘Undelivered: The Never-Heard Speeches That Would Have Rewritten History’
An edifying, bloated chronicle of what might’ve been. “For all sad words of tongue and pen, The saddest are these, ‘It might have been.’ ” These woeful words from […]
Mapping Georgetown: An Amazing Inauguration Day
“I went next door at one point and spoke with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriquez. Don’t get to do that every day!” ~ Fr. McDermott, Georgetown University […]
Mapping Georgetown: This Passion Project Has Many Humble Heroes
With Labor Day on our minds, the Mapping Georgetown project wishes to thank all those who work so hard every day — often behind the scenes — to make our […]
Democrats Open Unconventional Convention
D.C. events include a kickoff at 6:30 p.m. with former Georgia Sen. Carol Moseley Braun, and the opening event at 7:30 p.m. with former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Mayor Muriel Bowser.
Washington Bids Farewell to John Dingell
Holy Trinity Church on 36th Street in Georgetown was overfilling with love — and with people — for Dingell, who died on Feb. 7 in Michigan at the age of 92 from complications due to prostate cancer.
Palmieri: One Day, Women Will Run the World
On June 18 at the Woman’s National Democratic Club, Jennifer Palmieri read from the first chapter of her book, “Dear Madame President,” and related experiences from her time on the Clinton campaign and in the election’s aftermath.
Hillary Clinton: Back at the Hilltop
Clinton was at Georgetown University to present awards to former ISIS prisoner Nadia Murad, Rohingya advocate for peace in Myanmar Wai Wai Nu and BBC international correspondent Lyse Doucet.
Brazile Puts It All on the Table
Brazile’s just released book is titled “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House.” It’s a double entendre (get it?).
Town Topics Nov. 22, 2017
By Peggy Sands and Elizabeth Pankova One-Side Resident Parking Mulled It’s an old new idea: restricting parking on one side of certain D.C. streets to area residents only. The so-called […]